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Politics / Re: Emefiele: Taking Buhari's Vision Forward By Sani Garba Giwa by chrisblack: 10:24am On Feb 20
Have you forgotten the tomatoes paste saga


Moving from where we are to where we need to be will require patience and fortitude. Until we get there, it will only be fair to admit that President Muhammadu Buhari has carefully assembled the competent Nigerians to advise him and take forward his vision.
No one can doubt that he has appointed people to execute positions who will convey his concerns and compassion; who will reach and bring comfort to millions who suffer in an an ever worsening harsh global economic reality; and people who will combine his personal integrity with competence and commitment.
However, it will not be wrong to conclude that President Buhari’s image is being served better by the Central valued Governor, Mr Godwin Emefiele in working with him to see the country through two recessions, in the all-important fight against corruption,, and in rebuilding a nation united around the values of justice and honest enterprise
Above all, Emefiele thus far, stands out as the only appointed member of Buhari's cabinet that shares the same impetus and vision of the President, possesses the pristine integrity, tenacity, compassion and faith in the people which President Buhari is known for.
Emefiele, at the risk of overstating the case, stands taller than any other Minister of the federal republic with his relentless efforts at ensuring economic growth and financial stability through strategic policies, which in recent times, have no equal.
Such policies have helped the Buhari administration to manage the Nigerian economy through economic challenges such as economic recession/stagflation, Covid-19 pandemic, interest rate issues, foreign exchange rates, external reserves, exchange rate, financial inclusion and the gap in the agricultural value chain.
When he assumed office as the Central Bank governor on June 5, 2014, he stated that his vision would be to ensure that the Central Bank of Nigeria is more people focused, as its policies and programs would be geared towards supporting job creation.
To achieve this, the there under Emefiele, introduced and pursued 37 critical intervention funds to stimulate the economy as a result of market pressure and other critical issues within the nation’s economic space.
Consequent upon these initiatives, Nigeria has recorded a major breakthrough bank credit to private sector by 92.79 percent year-on-year to N32.64 billion in June 2021 from N16.93 billion in June 2014, when Emefiele became the governor of the CBN.
The huge increase in banks credit growth was driven by the policy of Loan to Deposit Ratio (LDR) introduced by CBN in September 2019.
Similarly, Emefiele’s Development Finance Initiatives have seen the CBN making huge grants to support small holder farmers under the Anchor Borrowers’ Programme (ABP)
He also initiated the Agribusiness/Small And Medium Enterprise Investment Scheme (AGSMEIS), the Targeted Credit Facility (TCF), and created about 107,233 Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs).
Also, Under the National Youth Investment Fund (NYIF), the Bank released N3.0 billion to 7,057 beneficiaries, of which 4,411 were individuals and 2,646 SMEs.
Under the Creative Industry Financing Initiative (CIFI), N3.22 billion was disbursed to 356 beneficiaries across movie production, movie distribution, software development, fashion, and IT verticals.
The CBN under the N1.0 trillion Real Sector Facility, released N923.41 billion to 251 real sector projects, of which 87 were in light manufacturing, 40 in agro based industry, 32 in services and 11 in mining.
On the N100 billion Healthcare Sector Intervention Facility (HSIF), N98.41 billion was disbursed for 103 health care projects, of which, 26 are pharmaceuticals and 77 are in the hospital services. Similarly, the sum of N232.54 million was disbursed to 5 beneficiaries under the CBN Healthcare Sector Research and Development Intervention (Grant) Scheme (HSRDIS) for the development of testing kits and devices for for Covid-19 and Lassa Fever.
Under the National Mass Metering Programme (NMMP), N36.04 billion was disbursed to 17 Meter Asset Providers, to nine (9) DisCos, for the procurement and installation of 657,562 electricity meters. On the Nigerian Electricity Market Stabilization Facility – 2 (NEMSF-2), the CBN released N120.29 billion to 11 DisCos, to provide liquidity support and stimulate critical infrastructure investment needed to improve service delivery and collection efficiency.
On money market development, the net liquidity position and interest rates in the economy reflected the impact of the Bank’s liquidity management operations.
In collaboration with key financial institutions, the CBN has deployed several measures aimed at improving access to finance for SMEs in order to enable greater expansion of their operations. Some of these activities include enabling SMEs to leverage their movable assets to obtain capital from financial institutions, and the development of credit reporting agencies, which would encourage SMEs to maintain good credit ratings in order to obtain access to credit at relatively lower cost from financial institutions.
Consequently, the bank’s development finance interventions have created over seven million jobs according to information from the CBN’s corporate communications department.
Over 620,000 direct and indirect jobs were created in two years as a result of CBN’s intervention in the Cotton, Textile and Garment (CTG) sector.
Nigeria’s financial inclusion programme has recorded some progress. The Nigeria Access to Financial Services in Nigeria 2020 survey indicated that, while more Nigerian adults are financially included, the National Financial Inclusion Strategy targets were yet to be met.
It is therefore no exaggeration to say that Emefiele has made the most contribution to the economic successes of this country than all other CBN Governors combined. This notwithstanding he became CBN Governor at very crucial times when the economy had experienced economic recession at two different times.

*Garba, a former teacher, wrote from Giwa LG, Kaduna State and can be reached on sanigarbagiwa@rocket mail.com*
Politics / Re: Aregbesola: I Begged Oyetola For Two Years Not To Tamper With My Legacies by chrisblack: 9:17am On Feb 19
So your policies and legacies is more important than his performance shocked
AMBO on the beats
Politics / Re: "The Mistake Tinubu Made In His Career Was The Way He Denied Ambode His Second T by chrisblack: 11:15pm On Feb 17
Ahead of the 2023 presidential election, a lot has been happening in the All Progressive Congress party. About two days ago, a video went viral where the minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola was seen saying some things about the National Leader of the All Progressive Congress party, Bola Tinubu.

While reacting to this, a well-known Twitter influencer, human rights lawyer and political scientist, Bolanle Cole has taken to his verified Twitter page to share his own opinion about the mistakes that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu made.

In his tweet, he said, "The greatest mistake Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu made in his political career was the way he denied Akinwumi Ambode his second term ticket in Lagos State despite the begging and apologies from Abuja cabals!"

Obviously, this is what Rauf Aregbesola was also complaining about, Rauf Aregebesola assertion was that every member of the political party should get equal rights and equal punishment.

According to Bolanle Cole, he made it known that Bola Ahmed Tinubu political career would have been perfect if Akinwunmi Ambode was given the second chance to govern Lagos state instead of Babajide Sanwo-Olu that emerges as the winner of the primary election in 2019.

What do you think about what Bolanle Cole just said?
What is he saying. E eryone knew Aregbe was the cause of Ambode's exit

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Politics / Re: Ernest Shonekan Buried In ₦30 Million Vault, ₦8 Million Casket by chrisblack: 10:46pm On Feb 17
Odun . Go and read your comments.you this untrained child


Expose my family secret ���

See who is now trying to sound moral, after your first reply to insult my father. A reply to you changed you to a moral preacher. Pele, arole oba solomoni.

I have even forgotten about this....so at this stage it is proper I let you know I have dumbed you in the bin
Politics / Re: Tribalism: Amontekun Arrest Travelling Hausa Youths In Ondo by chrisblack: 6:17pm On Feb 17
My people this is pure stupidity. Why do we behave like this ? Let us not immitate Igbo people for god sake because their own way no pure. These are young men searching for greener pastures and choosing our own region means they appriciate us. Let 's not forget that our children are also in the north.

Reminder: Alliance with Igbos is not an alternative. It means we eating our vomit again with spoon. So, Omo Yoruba rere, let 's embrace our northern brothers for peace and STRONG UNITY in our beloved country nigeria
you are very stupid for segregating a section from another
Politics / Re: Tribalism: Amontekun Arrest Travelling Hausa Youths In Ondo by chrisblack: 6:16pm On Feb 17
My people this is pure stupidity. Why do we behave like this ? Let us not immitate Igbo people for god sake because their own way no pure. These are young men searching for greener pastures and choosing our own region means they appriciate us. Let 's not forget that our children are also in the north.

Reminder: Alliance with Igbos is not an alternative. It means we eating our vomit again with spoon. So, Omo Yoruba rere, let 's embrace our northern brothers for peace and STRONG UNITY in our beloved country nigeria
you are very stupid
Politics / Re: Ernest Shonekan Buried In ₦30 Million Vault, ₦8 Million Casket by chrisblack: 6:19pm On Feb 12
[quote author=JAMO84 post=110151683][/quote] you of people cheesy grin grin grin. You have been formatted
Politics / Re: 2023: Tinubu’s Dilemma Over Lagos Governorship Ticket by chrisblack: 6:17pm On Feb 12
•APC leader under pressure to appease certain tendencies in party

•Stakeholders fear serious backlash if right balance is not struck

•Focus now is on governance, not politics –Omotosho

Politics / Re: Ernest Shonekan Buried In ₦30 Million Vault, ₦8 Million Casket by chrisblack: 4:58pm On Feb 11
Ok, so Islam has 2 billion people and it's also the fastest growing Religion in the world.

Do you mean millions will freely convert to a religion that's violent?

Europe, America, everywhere in the world that people are coming to islam, were they doing so at gun point?

Do you know that thousands of Muslims are laying down their lives to fight BH in the north east?
it's not the fastest that's a lie bro
Politics / Re: Ernest Shonekan Buried In ₦30 Million Vault, ₦8 Million Casket by chrisblack: 4:55pm On Feb 11
I said this because one of u said, how many times has our Jesus killed those who nailed him. To show him that Ur Muhammed too doesn't kill anyone who insults him, rather, u kill for him.
He does re the books very well.even those that did not insult who are just helpless were killed .he instructed his followers to do same. Only let them live if they pay jiziha and as such should be treated worse than slaves as long as they choose not to convert
Politics / Re: Ernest Shonekan Buried In ₦30 Million Vault, ₦8 Million Casket by chrisblack: 4:51pm On Feb 11

As your own father perish for road wey dog eat. Pele, omo ofo
sorry the useless son of father who regreted giving birth to you. My father was unique so if I choose to build a tomb on top of water , he's worth it. I would not insult your father because I know there was a time in your very existence he as questioned your mother if truly he fathered you .don't let me expose your family secrets. Omo Ale.
Politics / Re: Ernest Shonekan Buried In ₦30 Million Vault, ₦8 Million Casket by chrisblack: 1:19pm On Feb 06
Don't be deceived. Most of these so called luxury are designed to store up money and so many other stolen things
go and bury your own father there and hide your money. Yeye
Politics / Re: Ernest Shonekan Buried In ₦30 Million Vault, ₦8 Million Casket by chrisblack: 1:18pm On Feb 06
Wasting money on a dead body

what do you term waste. It's all choice. Have you ever heard of Taj mahal .it was built by a Muslim king as a place of burial for his beloved. That you own religion chooses to bury people by your own method of just digging the ground and throwing them in gives no solution to humanity , how would you bury the ones blown up by some so called lovers of humanity whose bodies parts canot be picked. Mind you our religion teaches us to respect the dead. Have you heard of tombs even in the books?
And note Islam as a solution to humanity is never true because it does not preach peace. Even the reference to it being peaceful is not proven. Even the refrecence to it saying that if a person is killed is like the whole mankind is destroyed was not even Islamic but it was making a reference to what the Jews believed
Politics / Re: Biodun Oyebanji Wins Ekiti APC Governorship Primary by chrisblack: 1:00pm On Feb 06
There you go again.You seem not to understand the nature of Politics in Ekiti. I laugh when you said fappy and MOB are maintaining the party. If you are truly on ground in Ekiti you would never have made such statement. For the past 12years APC in Ekiti State as been maintained across all levels by numerous members and amongst which is the governor , who as been taking the lead in such endeavor even when he was not in power. Point 1. Go round and ask all present and past party excos within the past 12yrs. Why did you not ask yourself if MOB felt he was capable enough at the beginning,why did he claim he went in search of fayemi to come and contest the election knowing full well that he was not as rich as him who had been in politics in Lagos for more than 8yrs. Adeyeye would never had gotten more than 500votes any time any day .who would have given Adeyeye the ticket. A decampee with not major electoral value compare to olujimi. Mind you just like he came over so would olujimi in due course.In politics there are various interest and camps. The question is which do you belong to. We have seen camps that are sometimes stronger than that of a governor. But in that of Ekiti. Many of this candidates lack structure even MOB. Coming down to ado via ikere and marching in company of people does not translate into structure

You were very funny, u mean like likes of MOB and fappy that were on ground maintaining the party even while fayemi was not around?? Mind u MOB were the first person Tinubu handled ACN to in Ekiti before the likes of fayemi joined their camp. Adeyeye tried all his best in his constituency for feyemi to get re-elected. He lost to Olujimi at court on technical reasons which are norms in our electioneering. To be fair, the governor could av allowed the election to be free and fair but he can’t coz am sure Fappy of MOB will floor that his unpopular candidate. Fayemi only want who he can remote he didn’t go for popularity same with Oni and Fayose saga.
Politics / Re: Hijab Crisis: Kwara Muslim & Christian Groups Disagree Over Peace Move by chrisblack: 12:14pm On Feb 06

The school has now said they don’t want the government money
Na by force to be in Christian spaces ?
simple. The govt should setup the process of winding down their support. But mind you they would still be given the advantage to the Muslims. They govt would withdraw teachers from Christian schools .stop funds going to such schools while diverting same to muslim schools. Who looses? . As christians we need to be wiser. We must insist on equality. If we insist on equality. It's to our advantage. Cause our religion preaches such . If equality is established. Then all these issues will be resolved. If a Muslim student can wear an injab to a baptist school fine as long as a Christian student can wear a choir robe or celestial can put on a white garment to An- Sarudeen. Christian can stomach it ,but they can't cause they lack tolerance. You get it
Politics / Re: Hijab Crisis: Kwara Muslim & Christian Groups Disagree Over Peace Move by chrisblack: 12:01pm On Feb 06

The tax payer doesn't owe anything for your private venture. None if the above would happen if the government would simply leave these issues alone but Nigerians want to remain bacmwards. I agree with equal protections under the law.
you seem not to have a grasp of the whole issues.
The govt spends tax payers money on grant aided schools in Kwara. Since the monies spent are tax payers monies it fair to be just to all religion
Politics / Re: Biodun Oyebanji Wins Ekiti APC Governorship Primary by chrisblack: 11:56am On Feb 06

Oga it was rigged stop defending shiit, I listened to Adeyeye on politics today yesterday night on channels Tv and his grievances was the same with fappy, MOB and the rest when I listened to them on Tvc yesterday noon. There is a pictorial evidence which clearly shows that some of the yesterday election officials was with Abiodun in Abuja when he went to obtain nomination form at the party HQ in Abuja. Fayemi openly supported Abiodun and he did everything possible for him to win. Fayemi is a traitor he has forgotten how MOB and Adeyeye worked tirelessly for him in 2018. Before u quote me I fully understand Ekiti politics to the core.
Guy you know nothing about Ekiti politics. Some of these candidates we know them .They all were begging for the Governor's endorsement. Take MOB even in Iyin his home town many would not have voted for him ,due to the perceived aloofness. They sit in Abuja and come down only during elections. Tell him to show you people of his local government who he as helped in securing good jobs . He has been In governance all his life from Lagos to Ekiti tell him to show you Iyin Ekiti people he has helped with gainful employment. The mistake you people make is to think people are stupid . When they were registering members, many of them were not fully involved, some of them never even bothered while some of them forgot they would run ,instead was working for others to register members thinking they would be compensated. You are very funny of all people Adeyeye was the person you are listening to . Adeyeye who could not hold on to his Senate seat. Who was Ony compensate with the ticket out of pity from what he went through at the hands of oshoko. Or are your talking about fappy who as always been an underperformer. Tell me who amongst them within the party can boast of 10,000 votes if the election is conducted 5times. MOB can Garner max 20k with bulk due to sympathy not on performance. Go to his senatorial district and ask his people. Charity begins from home. When people closer to a candidates complain about them .how do you expect them fair in the eye of outsiders.Adeyeye is just 4years in the party. He did not even spend up to 6months when he started clamouring. A person who can't even defeat olujimi.
The truth is all those 7 candidates don't stand a chance if the primaries are repeated 10times.
Politics / Re: David Hundeyin: EndSARS Activists Are Becoming Too Proud & Ambitious by chrisblack: 11:03pm On Feb 05
Everyone is seeking power or trying to consolidate their power base....altruism died with the likes of Martin Luther, Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi.
you forgot Gani Fawehimi
Politics / Re: Hijab Crisis: Kwara Muslim & Christian Groups Disagree Over Peace Move by chrisblack: 10:49pm On Feb 05
this ur bible gan ,how will u be insulting a prophet of God,abi na u dey form am!
define is prophecy while you take time to explain his prophethood. grin


Politics / Re: Hijab Crisis: Kwara Muslim & Christian Groups Disagree Over Peace Move by chrisblack: 10:41pm On Feb 05

Why not void this agreement foregoing state funding in order to keep your autonomy? Most of these issues arose because the school got in bed with the devil. Keep the government out of your affairs whenever possible. Option 2 is going to court showing how the government is violating the agreement. Everything's a crisis in this country because they dont permanent resolutions.
funding from the government is a rigth. Have you asked yourself why in govt funded schools IRS teachers are readily available. While they stopped recruiting CRS teacher's. Why they allow for building of mosques in schools but refuse chapels. The govt is the cause of all these. They have always shown bias towards a particular religion in the state.if they want to be fair it's simple religious education should be taught in all schools , equal numbers of religious education teachers from all major religion should be employed across the state and paid equally . Equal teaching time slot to be allocated to all. Mosques and chapels to be allowed in all schools. Student can then be free to use various religious garments agreed by both govt and religious bodies

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Politics / Re: Hijab Crisis: Kwara Muslim & Christian Groups Disagree Over Peace Move by chrisblack: 10:39pm On Feb 05
If the school is state owned it falls under state laws and regulations. It's private it has the latitude to make its own dress codes. People don't need to coexist in the same spaces go to your own.
Even if it falls under the state. It still does not permit the govt pandering to one religion to the detriment of others . State schools are either religiously balanced or they don't support any of the religion's. Just like what is happening in fg schools hijab is been worn every were. CAN is suppose to insist on christian students also putting on robes and other religious garments. To school. Likewise traditionalist should be encouraged


Politics / Re: Biodun Oyebanji Wins Ekiti APC Governorship Primary by chrisblack: 12:43am On Jan 28
how is that possible in an Option A4 election. Many of you just sit and say rubbish about what you don't know. Who were the candidates that really had a chance against BOA. MOB , Kayode Ojo or is it bafem or fappy. Amongst them was MOB . However MOB is not what he preaches. Go to his home town and ask how has he benefitted his people. It's a critical question .How as he been able to touchbers of the party across the 16 LGA. There was no way he could have upstaged Sitting governor.who had had the party in his control for over 12years.
They all knew they could not have won without is support. MOB on particular knew this and was hoping that by blackmailing along with the other candidates would create an atmosphere of doubt. That would lead to the primaries being tilted to them. Here is the catch. Bafem fappy afolabi are all the Govs men. Kayode never really had a foot within the party in Ekiti. So telle who else


Politics / Re: Biodun Oyebanji Wins Ekiti APC Governorship Primary by chrisblack: 12:42am On Jan 28
Celebrities / Re: Portable Causes Commotion & Scene In Ota Ogun State: Video by chrisblack: 12:18am On Jan 08

When a stupid local wannabe was given a December glimpse,what else do you expect. Don't blame him blame Poco lee and co
Politics / Re: Shatu Garko: A Political Attempt To Corrupt The Youths And Culture Of The North? by chrisblack: 9:10am On Dec 30, 2021

Prince Dele Banjo (The Conservative Nigerian Youth)

"Giving the crown to a northern girl is bound to raise suspicions. We all know that unlike the youths of southern Nigeria that go about dancing naked and acting pornography, the northern arewa youths are more noble, patriotic and conservative.

Therefore giving the miss Nigeria crown to a northern girl is bound to raise suspicions as to whether or not it is a political attempt to sabotage and corrupt the youths of northern Nigeria.

In whatever case, we advise the youths of Kano and of northern Nigeria as a whole to reject avenues of indecency.

Some people are jealous of the conservative values of the North and they want to sabotage the youths of northern Nigeria with indecency.

The youths of northern Nigeria should realize that despite the indecency in the south of Nigeria and despite the fact that the southern youths dance naked in the public, they are poor, they don't have jobs, infrastructure or development. Therefore the youths of northern Nigeria should not copy them and you should realize that what matters is achieving development, strong economy, good infrastructure and jobs for the youths.

Indecency doesn't make you a developed country. Despite the nudity of the southern youths, they are poor like anybody else, therefore don't join them. Instead, the northern youths should stick to your conservative northern values, stick to the principles of the great Tafawa Balewa and Ahmadu Bello.

Our message to Shatu Garko is this:

If you a northerner, decide to sabotage the conservative culture and heritage of Kano by engaging in indecent beauty pageants and you decide to sell Kano out to the south of Nigeria, then in order to ensure justice, we will also sell the south of Nigeria and it's youths out to Kano.

Our message to the Miss Nigeria organizers is this:

If the award to Shatu Garko is an attempt to corrupt the youths of northern Nigeria, then you should realize that your agenda is dead on arrival because even if you remove the Kano Hisbah, the moderate arewa youths will not allow you to mock their women. In addition, the teenagers in their madrasas will immediately shout haram and pounce on you if you attempt to do nonsense with their women. The northerners don't joke around with their women.

Therefore, those that wish to spread indecency to the north of Nigeria should be realize that they will not get anywhere and therefore they should be less concerned about conquering the Kano Hisbah.

Instead, those that wish to spread indecency should be more concerned about the banthestrip charity under the leadership of Prince Dele Banjo.

You have no idea the kind of war the banthestrip charity under the leadership of Prince Dele Banjo is going to wage on those that want to spread indecency in Nigeria.

Thank you very much.

Over the years have seen a lot of narrow minded youths on nairaland. The writer of this tales by moonlight. Seems to be the most stupid. You talk about the southerners being unpatriotic, indecent , dancing naked etc. I had lived in the north all you have said is obtainable in large amount over there.The only issues are just the hypocritical disguise obtainable there. Sex is a patriotic aspiration of bulk of northern youths. Even down to the almajiri sex is the ultimate. They go about fraternizing, day dreaming about it. They have all manner of sex enhancement. Many under the cover of veils commit more indecency than what the entire southern youth put together can not match.That a lady is deemed beautiful is a plus and never a cause.Even in your private Conner you would cherish if to strip girls can touch you. We know your types . hypocrite who desire the sexual experience of such, but come out in the open to claim conservative
Politics / Re: Electoral Bill: 81 Senators Sign To Override President Buhari by chrisblack: 2:17am On Dec 22, 2021

The real issue here is the electronic transmission of results buhari and his supporters are scared of it.
That's not the issue.
Some of you can't seem to read the plain reasons in political issues. It boils down to leverage. Direct primaries afford a candidate the opportunity to test is or her popularity directly without being subjected to the influence of power brokers.the senators are in support because they feel there governor's have an undue influence and control over their nominations or ticket. While the power brokers feel that indirect primaries are needed for consensus and better being able to present a candidate acceptable to all. Both sides have their advantages and also their disadvantages.
But in this particular aspect. It's all about 2023.
Tinubus group needs the direct primaries for him to stand a chance. While his opponents needs the Indirect primaries to finish him totally

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Politics / Re: Boy Escaping From Kidnappers Killed By Soldiers He Ran To For Help In Edo by chrisblack: 1:19am On Dec 18, 2021
God bless you. Some comments of nairaland baffles me
What a foolish and senseless excuse.

How can they kill a person because they thought he might be a Boko Haram or Bandits in disguise


Do some of you even people even make use of your brain while commenting at all?

The funny thing is that this same soldiers will cry like little girls about how they are not been equipped enough if they are to face Boko Haram.

If I b the mama, I will arrange boys wey go kidnap them

Then I will torture them to death

Before they die, I go don show them inside the acid I go throw they dead body in.

This kind of heartless people deserve to be killed in a gory way.
Politics / Re: Kemi Olunloyo Hits Back At Femi Falana by chrisblack: 7:06am On Dec 15, 2021
Obviously Falana employs lies and deceit in practice when he intimidates journalists it is good legal practice when it is done by government it is human rights abuse and donors must donate money to scrap to stop that... but why would you kemi say such hurtful things about a victim of violence?
what kemi a journalist. That means yobo na pilot

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Politics / Re: I Am Curious. Are Chukwuendu's Kids Yoruba Or Ibo by chrisblack: 11:20pm On Dec 13, 2021
They are Yorubas. We live in a society. Children belong to the tribe of their fathers.
they are both, how ever agreeing to your statement based on the nature of our paternalistic nature. The man's side is always choosen
Politics / Re: Doyin Okupe Warns Femi Falana Against Speaking Ill About Pastor Adeboye by chrisblack: 11:18pm On Dec 13, 2021
Former Presidential aide, Doyin Okupe, has warned human rights lawyer, Femi Falana, against speaking ill about Pastor E. A . Adeboye - the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, IgbereTV reports.

In a post shared on his Facebook page this morning, Okupe said he recently read a story online where Falana was quoted as saying Adeboye was building business centers and not churches.

Okupe said he has waited for Falana to debunk it and since he hasn't, he decided to caution the legal practitioner over the said comment.

His posts reads;



okupe is kind of rigth ,however falana was unable to properly express is mind, I want to believe he was trying to make a point about the church helping it's members more by meeting their economic and entrepreneurship abilities in uplifting it's members,
Please all should be warned . Igboho's case is a classic.
Politics / Re: 2023: Don’t Direct Yoruba To Support Any Aspirant - Obasanjo Advises Ooni Of Ife by chrisblack: 10:53am On Dec 13, 2021

The truth is Yoruba have never given their vote unanimously to a single candidate from history
Politics / Re: Why MUST All Yoruba Leaders In Nigeria be either Jailed, Killed Or Exiled. by chrisblack: 7:19am On Dec 13, 2021

Why are the irrelevant?

Which one is false?
Tinubu only ran into exile on his own volition after being refused the position of a commissioner during abacha's reign in Lagos.

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